Field ManagementPrecision Ag Technology

  • All info in one centralised location, nicely structured and easily accessible
  • Gain insights for smart, fact-based decisions
  • Leverage numerous additional agronomic tools for further data processing and analysis
  • Easy and fast data transfer with Wireless Data Transfer

Manage your field the smart way

The John Deere Operations Center puts your farm in your pocket: Easy-to-understand, integrated tools support your agronomic decision making and help you get maximum yield and consistent quality from your soil at significantly reduced input costs. Plan your crop rotation and tasks for the upcoming season with a structured overview that will make it effortless to create display set-up files and work orders. As the individual task are being completed, your documentation data is automatically uploaded from your in-cab display to your personal Operations Center account. From there all operational details are easily visualised on a nicely structured timeline – anytime, anywhere, from any internet-capable device, allowing you to view your mapping or compare different map layers like yield, dry matter, crop constituents, and application rates.

Valuable agronomic insights

This is how you turn valuable agronomic insights into smart decisions and more easily define corrective actions. Other integrated tools enable you to easily turn this data into site-specific variable rate prescriptions and allow you to collaborate with agronomic advisors by granting them field-specific access rights. Finally, documenting your work for clients becomes a breeze with easily created, printed and shared reports.

Field Analyser

Field Analyser

Store, visualize and analyse the documentation data collected with your displays year over year to make the right agronomic decisions. Export recorded field data for your own use or to your clients within seconds.

Field management

Crop Planner

Plan out your crop rotations for an assigned season. Select the crop type to add to each field individually to give the grower a good visual of what is going to be planted, and which planting season it will be grown in.